This course is aimed at those working with individuals to whom the Mental Capacity Act 2005 may apply and explores key concepts around the MCA and the new LPS system.
Safeguarding Training Overview:
The WHO estimated that up to 1 billion minors between the ages of 2 and 17 years of age have endured physical, emotional, or sexual violence. This is why Safeguarding Children training is essential for anyone who comes into contact with children, either at work or as a volunteer. Our safeguarding courses, will teach you how to spot the signs, and how to correctly and discreetly report your concerns so that the problem is addressed. Each course covers a different area of expertise.
Are you an individual? Head to our individual's section for more information.
This course covers the physical and emotional aspects of safeguarding adults.
This 4 hour training session is a proactive step to demonstrating the commitment of a workplace towards their Prevent duty.
This course helps individuals working with children to be up-to-speed with the on-line threats faced by looked after children.
This workshop is aimed at male foster carers giving them an environment where they can speak openly and confidentially about their experiences of caring.
This course covers the physical and emotional aspects of safeguarding children, the legal context, and appropriate responses and reporting.
An advanced, in-depth course on child safeguarding, aimed at learners who have prior safeguarding knowledge or experience.
An advanced, 6 hour course designed for those who have some previous knowledge and experience in safeguarding.
This course supports foster carers to write appropriate and accurate records within child social care roles.
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